Lunch box solution, dinner fix…breakfast…why not? Curry chicken salad. Eat it on crackers, slap it on a sandwich, eat it solo or on an open faced toasty!!
Do you love curry? I do! It has been on my mind since I saw my friend eating some curry chicken salad from a local deli. After wiping the drool off my chin, I said to myself, “Self, you need to make some curry chicken salad”! I made two in case my little monster wouldn’t eat it, but the curry one turned out to be his favorite. He ate more than I did!pub-4561044891259873, DIRECT, f08c47fec0942fa0
* something you may not know: “In a study on hypercholestrolemic type 2 diabetics, the impact of curry leaf powder was investigated by administrating curry leaf powder and extract at the concentration of the results in remarkable diminution of serum total cholesterol, LDL-cholestrol and triacylglyceride in hypercholestrolemic patients”.
Pakistan Journal of Food Sciences (2015), Volume 25, Issue 4, Page(s): 204-215
“Studies show that curry provides remarkable antibacterial and antifungal components””.
Braz J Microbiol. 2011 Oct-Dec; 42(4): 1569–1573.
“Carbazole alkaloids which are abundantly present in the leaves, fruits, roots and bark of ‘the curry’ plant, have been reported for their antidiabetic, anticancer, antibacterial, anti-nociceptive and antioxidant activities. Besides these activities, the plant is described to have a wide array of therapeutic activities”.
Journal of Medical Nutrition & Nutraceuticals
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